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Old 03-08-2019, 01:40 AM
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Return or exit flight

Hello everyone! I hope someone can help me with this. I'm from the Philippines and my application for a multiple entry 12 month tourist visa has been granted. That means I can only stay maximum of 3 months per entry and have to fly out and re enter again. I was wondering if anyone here had the same experience.

Also when you flew out of our country did the immigration here required you to have an exit or return flight too? Cause I already have a one way ticket booked to Perth and no exit/ return flight. Since my boyfriend (who's Australian) are planning to go to SG after my 3 months are up exit there and return to Australia after a week or so. I read somewhere here that some people actually get denied to fly out of the country because of no return or exit flight 😓

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